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to the gentleman from texas, mr. barton. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized for one minute. mr. barton: i thank the gentleman from mississippi for yielding and thank the gentleman from georgia for presiding in an even and fair fashion. one of the arguments that's been made about the e.a.c., spreebling, -- mr. speaker, is that it's the federal election commission that ensures every american citizen's right to vote. if only that were true, mr. speaker. the national association of secretaries of state, which are the organizations in each state that oversee the elections, have called for the dissolution of the e.a.c. the committee has heard firsthand testimony from secretaries of state all across the country both in 2005 and again in 2010, the national association of secretaries of state have called for the dissolution of the e.a.c. if the organizations that are actually responsible in each state for holding the elections, mr. speaker, are asking that the federal agency that's supposed to help them should be dissolved, i think it would behoove the congress to listen to t
to celebrate recovery. (applause) texas recovers is puttin' on this event called the big texas rally for recovery. big texas rally for recovery. wow. this is huge, because texas, of course now, is a part of promoting recovery at a statewide level. we've got people from across the state showing up to present a positive face and voice of recovery. we want you to know that recovery is possible. say it loud, say it proud, "i am in recovery!" (crowd: i am in recovery!) it's so important that this event takes place, especially in texas. for so long, people in recovery have been hidden in church basements, and they've kept their anonymity, and everybody needs to know that people do recover and live successful, productive, wonderful lives. and this is one way we can make the public aware that recovery is real, and recovery is rewarding, and recovery restores health and families. the reality of recovery is a whole, healthy community. so everybody benefits. we've got to thank everybody. it's a party out here. and that's the name of the theme for recovery month this year, is that everyone benef
of the same frustrations you express. >> our next call comes from john calling from san antonio, texas. sit back and give me a few minutes if you do not host: mind not a few minutes, we do not have that much time. caller: nobody has really talked about government sacrifice. the only way you are going to solve what you have, you cannot continue to pay government employees more money than we taxpayers can afford to pay. any business or they pay more money out to the employees -- we pay more money to the employees that the company takes in, that company is going to be bankrupt or seek protection while he gets rid of the problems he created by paying so much money to so many people. it is the same thing with you guys in congress. you have janitor's making $69,000 in the public sector while objectors who paid their wages in the private sector only makes $20,000. i am sorry, you are not worth it. if you want to cut the, cut the department of education. don't cut it over 10 years, cut it over one day. at the department of energy. but it today. that is a real cut. anything else, 5% here or 10% ther
inventory and to oklahoma city in preparation for filling orders for the texas market place out of that facility. after the storm passed through, we were down for a very brief time. we used generators and we have enough gasoline to run them. we ran them for a week, so instantaneously, it was back up and running. it was one of the few places to have electricity to function. there were several pieces that were extremely important about this. since we were one of the few places that have electricity, we were able to organize food programs for not only our employees, but for both the police department and the fire department have found refuge in finding hot meals where we were. we also have the ability to house at a set up a nursery for our employees. since they had no services where they were, they would come to our facility. we would feed them, we gave them gasoline to get people to jobs, and we were kind of a full- service facility. one thing you can imagine, we have tremendous employee loyalty in that facility. i am not uncommon to have 40 years, it is kind of a trade within our
in texas, new mexico, and oklahoma. if you are from those areas, certainly try to spend some time with him. vice president of operations. oliver is out of the south central region, and as much of his work in texas also. we have wr smallmolares. he is community relations manager for the business we do at houston independent school district. i have to tell you, my work is in community relations, and we have three account level managers, and all of them are latino. it was not planned that way, but really nice that it worked out that way. i work closely with them. is mike in the room? markets here. mark of director of business development. he is covering texas, california, colorado, nevada and arizona. very glad we have colleagues over on this side of the country that could be here with us. we want to thank alas for giving us the opportunity to be involved with this conference. i have to tell you, he was absolutely right about windy. she is a hard sell, but i'm glad she is because of allows us to of the participation with the organization. thank you. [applause] last but not least i want to tha
states. a shopper in austin texas to buys goods online that lacks the physical presence in texas is expected to pay texas tax even though they pay no sales tax on his transaction. states rely on taxpayers to sell the one. online purchase issues save it all together. it should also find a way to enforce it. those who like to see it are eliminating the need for the package. i am aware of three legislative proposals that can give state nexus over on-line and other remote sellers. congress has reintroduced the main street fairness act. they have introduced the marketplace equity act. this is an oversight hearing. i am by the witnesses to comment. a look for to hearing from our witnesses. i look forward to hearing his statement. >> thank you. >> i have to go to a hearing on the house administration to cite how much we will cut every committee. i miss that. >> >> i ask unanimous consent on the proposed streamlined sales fact be made a part of the record. >> without objection. michiganentleman from missio is recognized for an opening statement. >> thank you. i want to associate myself w
the rockies and maybe into parts of west texas. right now we are on the quieter warmer side of all of the activity out west. a breezy day tomorrow. a little bit on the cool side but the normal as only 51. we may be just a touch above normal. northwest breezes on the day gusting to 20 knots. the small craft advisory up until lunchtime on the bay. these guys will clear and there will be lots of some time for thursday. partly cloudy on friday with a high day in the 40's. a little on the breezy side tomorrow with dusty west once. temperatures in the low to mid '50's for a couple of days with sunny skies preprints of these guys for the first couple of days in ocean city. the seven-day, temperatures will be in the low to mid 50's with overnight lows close to freezing and basically dry weather. the next chance for rain arrives monday evening trading is pretty likely will get wet weather on tuesday. that will be followed by wendy and cooler weather on wednesday. >> baltimore ravens fans make or they will not read it all this week on the road. no need. ray rice should get plenty of carries.
happens but i hope that doesn't happen, i hope that the governor of texas moves up and faces the current president of the united states. >>neil: what about gingrich? >>guest: i met him a couple of times, i was showing the series on reinventing america, and i was showing that to my prisoners in the jail so i met him a couple of times. >>neil: what do you think is the one big quality sheriff that even the illegal we issue notwithstanding that you want to see in the next president? >>guest: well, i want to see a president that keeps his word. i want to see a president that is tough on crime. and drugs. and immigration. that will take the chance to do things, get it done, not just talk about it. not just being a robot made in japan and all the debates, and be glib. i know the governor has had some problems but he speaks from the heart, so i want a regular guy to get if there and get the job done, like he has been doing as the governor of texas, the second largest state in our country. so, i think after 12 years as governor and keeps getting re-elected, some like him in texas. >>neil: there i
, and the work that heather and rock the vote is doing. in the state of texas, if you have a student i. dishes, you can no longer use that student i.d. in order to vote. however, however, you can use a gun license in order to vote in the state of texas. so, again, it's a question not so much about howç we vote, bua question of who is voting. >> heather, what message are we sending to young americans, when you can use a gun license as i.d., but not a college student's i.d. as i.d. to vote? what are we saying to young people in this country? >> i know, it's unreal. whether that's in texas or wisconsin, where they finally said, fine, you can use your student i.d. to vote, but it has to meet this whole set of criteria, which as it turns out not a single stay tuned i.d. in the state actually meets. we're telling people once you're in power you get to choose your electorate, so it is rock the vote and what we're trying to do is flip that on its head and say they can't stop us, they can't decide who gets to vote in this democracy, but in fact we will stand up and we will vote on election day and ma
governor for texas for nearly 1 1 years, they have become the second largest economy in the country. you look at his record, while under president obama, we've lost 2 million jobs. under governor perry, texas created 1 million jobs, nearly 40% have been in texas. he has cut taxes now 65 times, $14 billion, revamped the texas tort system. as a result, got a great economic record that he can run on. he can show that he has delivered results. i think that the challenge for president obama -- he's a great speaker, ran a great campaign four years ago. he had never run anything before he became president of the united states. and i think the voters are looking for a candidate with executive experience, with a proven track record. that's what rick perry can offer. >> but right now, republicans apparently are splitting between at this point mitt romney and newt gingrich and i know the way this race has gone, one half of that equation seems to change every couple weeks. but are you comfortable if it does come down to a choice between mitt romney and newt gingrich if governor perry doesn't make it
on innovative ideas, best practices, because guess what, besides new york, besides florida, texas, california is next. 25% of the population of kids will be latino. we have to get an agenda forward. we have to make sure we're filling the gaps. that is what we've been doing here in san francisco. that is why i have loved working for carlos, in my education adviser is the school board president and works as have my office. county is that? the school board president right next to you, because any other programs that are rolling out every other month --. -- how neat is that? the most exciting days i have is when i can get to the classroom in see the kids in gauge with their teachers and know they are getting agitated. the00- they are getting educated. do you know about the million dollar club? that is the difference between the kids that graduate from high school looking for a job, and the child goes all the way to college. it is a million-dollar difference in their career at how much they can earn. do you want to join the million- dollar club? what is san francisco doing about it? we're supporti
.m. on wbal +. the orioles have a backup catcher. they have acquired a player from texas. he played 114 games in the last four seasons for the rangers. gatorade picks a high school football player for the year for each state and mike gesten it might get the honor. he gets -- he certainly qualifies. the five-star greyhound earned the award and is a candidate for the national trophy as well. he also plays defensive back and has his choice of colleges. a very special athlete, that young man. >> i would say so. tom is up next with the forecast. but coming up tonight at 11:00 p.m., bob ehrlich took the stand in the former robo kohl's trial. when he had to say. and an update between -- in the feud between meister and conway. >> it is starting to feel like december. >> yes, but not too cold. >> it was not too long ago that we have highs around 70. it will be cold tonight, 26 and its suburbs, 30's around the bay. 52-57 for the high tomorrow. the normal is only 50. the winds will remain fairly light. the weekend looks pretty good. sunny to partly cloudy skies. for the highs and 30's 4 veloz. for the l
're seeing higher interest rates. this is royalty interest in nat gas 'oil wells in texas, domestic production, went public at 18, now 19 and change. >> another great theme, on shore, oil and gas exploration, keeps us out of the gulf of mexico, gets our people out of the middle east and creates lots of jobs and high quality jobs. it's a real awakening there because of hydraulic drilling, which is getting though those deposits. oil production is up 20% in west texas, i think it's a great story going forward for on shore drilling and exploration. >> tom: i know you're in the a macro economist, but both these picks seem to foretell a stronger economy, don't they? >> well, i think we can do okay. but even a 1.5, 2% economy is fine. the p. e. r. is going to pay out 926789%, that's pretty steady even if you don't get i lot of capital gains, you'll probably beat the s&p 500. >> tom: how about disclosurees, do you or your clients have long positions? >> clients are long positions on both names. >> tom: you can e-mail us questions at nbr.com. bryan perry, editor of >> susie: here's what's co
to vote. student i.d.s in texas issued by a university. but if you have a gun permit issued by the state of texas, then it is. it's so obvious and transparent but not obvious to the average voter who expects that they would have easy access to the polls. this is mirk afterall. we should be trying to encourage voting. that is what the democratic party has said for 50 years. they're trying to rig the election. >> talking about the democrats who are said to be afraid of mitt romney. let's let the president and his hench men keep doing it. that's good news for us from a political perspective. is the president making a mistake? >> we're focusing on mitt romney because american voters should be afraid of the prospect of mitt romney becoming president of the united states. this person has no mor recall core, no conviction. bring afghanistan home. both sides americans do want to make sure where it stands. mitt romney probably has trouble keeping track of where he stands on any given day. we think that is important information for voters to have so they know what they are getting when they cast a
recognizes the gentleman from texas, mr. hinojosa, for five minutes. mr. hinojosa: i ask unanimous consent to address the house for five minutes. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. hinojosa: mr. speaker, it is with great sadness that i rise to urge my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to pass the american dream act. this past weekend i learned of the tragic death of joaquin luna, a senior student at juarez lincoln high school in mission, texas, who took his life because he believed that he would never be able to fulfill his dream of becoming an engineer, earning his citizenship and leading a full and prosperous life in america. brought to the united states as an infant, joaquin attended our nation's public schools, played the guitar at his church and hoped to go to college and achieve the american dream. i cannot express the sorrow i feel on the loss of such a talented young man. i want to extend my heart felt condolences to joaquin's family and friends. i cannot imagine the pain they are suffering. it is heartbreaking to know that many of us in the u.s. house of represent
sur de texas y termina en la costa sur de brasil. al surgimiento de este nuevo eje energético ha contribuido tres hallazgos tecnológicos recientes, en canadá la explotación de arenas petrolíferas conocidas como arenas de alquitrán, en la costa sur de brasil el descubrimiento de grandes depósitos de petróleos en aguas profundas y están debajo de extensas capas, y en estados unidos tecnología de perforación con todo lo hidráulico, están permitiendo la explotación de yacimientos de gas y petróleo que se encuentran debajo de extensas formaciones rocosas. no se conoce las nuevas fuentes, como lo describe en el nuevo mapa energético al final de la década, el hemisferio occidental será autosuficiente en energía. como consecuencia, estados unidos será menos dependiente de las importaciones de petróleo del medio oriente, para telenoticias washington y holaciudad.com, les hablo isaac. >>sulema: una pausa y regresamos con otras informaciones de su interés. >>sulema: avanzamos con las noticias, en la madrugada de hoy se hizo un operativo de los más grandes contra los in
more interesting. the cougars hired mike leach as their new head coach. he turned texas tech a power house with the spread passing attack. he was fired over a dispute over a discipline of a player. he is back and back in the pack 12. kevin durant plaids a flag football game at oklahoma state and challenged lebron. that game was today in akron. referees and everything. they dualed back and forth. lebron's team was victorious 70-63. does that guy look like a tightened in the envelope or what? -- in the nfl or what? the heat and the thunder #r* happy no players got hurt. that's your toyota sports report. >> she good. >> she 260. >> and fast. >> "nightline" is up next. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. 1r* a great ♪ okay, so who ordered the cereal that can help lower cholesterol and who ordered the yummy cereal? yummy. that's yours. lower cholesterol. lower cholesterol. i'm yummy. lower cholesterol. i got that wrong didn't i? [ male announcer ] want great taste? honey nut cheerios. want whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol? honey nut cheerios. it's a win win. good
estados donde hay gran necesidad en comunidades latinas, como florida, california, texas, donde hay gran cantidad de latinos afectados por la crisis economica. el llamado proyecto reconstruccion ayudaria a organizaciones comunitarias a crear empleo invirtiendo en comunidades afectadas por la crisis hipotecaria. eso crea trabajo, el trabajo de renovar las casas, el trabajo de invertir en los contratistas que participan en eso. crea trabajo. en el pais hay 3 millones de trabajadores hispanos de la construccion, 1 de las areas mas golpeadas por el desempleo. estas iniciativas van a crear empleo, principalmente en el area de construccion donde nuestras familias hispanas han sido concentradas. la propuesta es parte del plan de empleos de la casa blanca, que no cuenta con apoyo republicano en el congreso mientras no se encuentre forma de financiarlo. y podria ser sometida a 1 voto en las proximas semanas. y como han senalado datos economicos, la comunidad latina ha sido la mas afectada en todo estados unidos por la crisis hipotecaria. desde washington, fernando pizarro, univision. el servicio
in the central and southern plains, texas gets beneficial rains. we stay dry saturday into sunday. today, if you're going to the lighting. mount washington monument it will slip back to the 40s and upper 30s by daybreak. we say tonight but it's really a daybreak temperature. the extended outlook, low to mid-50s, dry weather for the start of the weekend. our sunday, dry, near 60. cleveland may get wet for the ravens game. that same system brings us rain late monday, tuesday, could end as snow by late wednesday morning. we're going to watch this with the developing pattern. >>> let's check traffic. >> thank you very much. nothing to really worry about on the roads. a quick shot of the live camera on i-95, down at maryland 32, traffic moving well. going up towards the tunnels, fort mchenry tolls and harbor tolts, no problems though volume is building. traffic moving well on the jones falls at northern parkway. and drive time locations, southbound 95 coming from harford county, whitemarsh to 695, six minutes and outer loop ride from belair road to providence road, six minutes there as well. back
, new york, ok, i see you. we have somebody from pittsburg. who else? texas. yay, ok. who else? what other states are represented? oregon. where is maria? maria is from oregon, right? oh, washington state, sorry. who else? ok, good old california. san francisco, daly city, concord, danville, oakland, vallejo, san diego. oh, we have the honorable arlee from san diego. come on, thank you. who else? hercules, california, yay. you know, this evening is really the mayor's reception, the san francisco bay area mayor's reception. did you know that there are three women members of fwn and honorees of the 100 most influential filipino women are mayors in the san francisco bay area? yay. i want to call up here -- come on up here, mayor of hercules, california. she was in the summit in 2006. do you want to tell the story ? >> congratulations to the 100 most influential filipino women. i attended first in 2006. and i was a planning commissioner then and i wanted to quit politics. i hated politics. but the summit inspired me. and merilee kept saying we needed more women in visible and a mainstrea
because eventually that could help to shift our entire storm track, that will be very active from texas through the southern plains end of the week towards the weekend. that track eventually pumps in warm air. we'll have rain early next week. it's dry until then. 52 today, winds northwest 10 to 20 miles per hour. we're down to 27 overnight, low 30s after that. we'll pump to near 60 on sunday. bad news, that actually will also mean rain for the ravens game in cleveland. for us, rain on monday. rain could end as snow late tuesday into wednesday. that's something we really need to watch, the dramatic drop in temperatures. >>> 5:19. here's burt once again with traffic. >> thank you very much. it's moving smoothly, live look at the cameras now, beltway camera on the west side, traffic is building but we still have traffic moving very well at posted speeds. driving into the city, a look at the jones falls expressway at cold spring lane, moving well there. and brunswick, camden, penn, no delays at this time. a good morning going on. get traffic information any time, follow us on twitter at mar
of the action through saturday morning, rain and snow back from northern texas into the central plains but for us we're going to actually watch that pattern for early next week. 52. that is our seasonal high and forecast of 2-degree guarantee today. we'll have mostly sunny skies. 27 the low tonight. we'll get into some of the cold air, low 30s by the bay. dry, low to mid-50s in the afternoons into the weekend. dry, up to 60 sunday but the ravens playing in cleveland, they'll have to deal with rain as this storm system approaches them first. brings rain for us monday and tuesday and hint of that tuesday storm could re-develop off the coast pulling cold air and end with snow so stay tuned. now traffic. >>> thank you very much. we've got clearance at the harbor tunnel freeway, that's the earlier delay as we got to the tolls has been cleared, all lanes open. also traffic moving well now on maryland 29 and on the jfx at coldspring lane, traffic flowing freely. don't forget this evening -- actually this morning, starting 9:00 a.m., mount vernon place and baltimore city closed down as they p
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mike leach as their new head coach. he turned texas tech a power house with the spread passing attack. he was fired over a dispute over a discipline of a player. he is back and back in the pack 12. kevin durant plaids a flag football game at oklahoma state and challenged lebron. that game was today in
at highly ranked texas tech from 2000 to 2009. over 20 years of coaching, one of his players was shot by a gang member, and he got rid of another who posted gang slogans on his facebook page. i think if you have somebody drawing influence from something negative off campus, especially something illegal that involves drugs and firearms, well then i think you risk contaminating the other 125 players. >> reporter: as part of a special report on gangs and sports, "sports illustrated" and cbs news went to a city, compton, where gangs and sports intersect unlike any other. the birthplace over the years of hundreds of blue chip recruits, and today, 34 active gangs involving more than 1,000 members. >> we have a gang called cv-3. we have locos 13. >> reporter: sergeant brandon dean is a supervisor in the gang unit in the l.a. county sheriff's department. >> a lot of these athletes are involved in the gang, even if they tonight want to be. they start playing sports but there's such an outer influence for them to join that gang or at least be associated with them to the point where they're some
in the intervention. let's use this strategy as a two-year texas to develop how we might be able to do it better in the event that we need to. a neighbor of of the public defender and the chief, also of folks from the sheriff's department, adult probation, and i will call a number of other folks. supervisor chu: i want to welcome the third graders from the elementary school, we hope you are allot at city hall and you have a lot of fun. >> i am here to support this legislation. the problem that we're trying to address here is how to ensure that people coming out of the criminal justice system do not come back. that is the one clear that everybody in the criminal- justice system tries to strive for. working as a public defender in the criminal-justice system, the one thing that i can say with certainty is that unemployment is probably the number-one factor that determines if a person who does come back. most of them are crimes that stem from poverty, necessity, stealing to survive. if you talk about crimes like petty theft, drug dealing, it is a vast majority of the crimes we see on a day-to-day b
the texas treasurer's office in afor working on this project. the commission supports this piece of legislation, and what we are doing. for many of the reasons that have already been stated, this is a direction that we want to go in. i want to us express the appreciation for the outreach they are doing to the business community to educate in form and help them transition into the what annual billing cycle. and also responding to our requests for those businesses that might have difficulty paying the one-time fee, providing a mechanism for the pre-payment and moving into a facilitated communication with being able to pay on live in being able to communicate more with the city government through the electronic mecca as a. this year to make sure that we state that we really support this and this is one of the key objectives of streamlining the processes for small businesses. supervisor chu: other members of the public that wish to speak? public comment is closed. this item i think has unanimous support from the board. i do want to take the treasurer who was not here today, but who h
tomato were supplied by rio queen citrus of mission the texas and distributed to stores in missouri and illinois. the company is recalling 10 oz pines and 10 lb. bull grapes. there has been that no reports of illnesses yet. aand investigation by consumer reports found 10 percent of juices tested had higher levels of arsenic bandy fda's standard for drinking water. 25 percent of samples had higher levels of lead in water. while the fda has previously said the lead and arsenic in juice pose no health concerns officials are reported the gathering for their information on the risk. a possible new weapon to treat people who have type 2 diabetes. in the study shows an extreme a low-calorie diet may be answered it says the guy can reverse diabetes and it just four months. it also shows the die reduces the amount dangerous facts are on the heart of overweight usa prime credit... this peggy... hi, i'm cashing in my points... peggy? no more points - coupons now. coupons? coupons. coupons? next, you convert coupons to tokens. tokens? then you trade tokens for credits. and then i get the
into the political process. i have to give kudos to sheila jackson of texas. unless she had partnered with james, the law would have died. it was that partnership that allowed the bill to pass through congress unanimously on the house and senate side. this was the first time ever that a civil rights law had passed unanimously. tavis: what to do you make of the journey you had to make that locket signed into books? -- law signed into books? >> i endured a death threats. these were attacks against me and my family. it was not just me. the beauty of the story is that so many workers joined me in this incredible fights to pass the no fear act. some employees were fired. we suffered a number of casualties in this battle. there were two people i can think of that died in the process of trying to get a law passed. this was a movement. this was a battle that we, as a group, came together. it was a moment in time or the government said there is something more than just my paycheck. we are staring history in the face and we cannot fail. tavis: what were the authorities in south africa saying about what th
out and prepare as best we can. >> do you remember when maryland was interested in former texas tech football coach mike leach. he is now the head coach at washington state. the terps fans wondering what life would be like with him in college park. they will be wondering if he does well in washington state. >>> college hoops now we are talking mason and bucknell. george mason with the ball. aldrich buries the three. mason up at the half 33-25. second half, bucknell with the ball now. ayers drains the long three. that makes it 57-56. mason clinging to a one-point lead. look at the pass. mike morrisson down to byron allen mason improves with the win over bucknell. charged up golden gophers hosting virginia tech up north. a slow start. the hokies up. da vee la under the basket. hokies up 28-25 into the break. two minutes left in the second half. hokies up 53-52. rodney williams down low. and throwing it down. [ female announcer ] at verizonfios.com, you can choose your channel package. ♪ you can choose your own internet speeds. ♪ you can even choose to chat with a live person. ♪ n
labor unions are furious with the texas governor saying federal employees help out his state in many ways including border patrol and workers in veterans hospitals. >>> according to a new poll out this morning, gingerich now leads former governor mitt romney in iowa by a wide margin, 32% to 19%. he also now leads the president amongst likely voters with 45% compared to 43% for president obama. just last week, the president led gingerich by 6%. romney, however, still holds an advantage in new hampshire, 10 points ahead of gingerich. >>> a heads up if you work downtown. your commute home could be rough this evening because of the national christmas tree lighting ceremony. thousands of spectators are expected to watch as president obama lights the tree of the ellipse. now, if you have tickets for today's event, the gates open at 3:00 this afternoon. you must be in your seat or in the standing room area by 4:30. the lighting does mean several road closures. 15th street will be closed to traffic between east street and pennsylvania avenue and constitution avenue starting@around 4:15 this
owes 15 trillion. is that helpful. benches, from new york. >> from texas. he has a verse. [laughter] >> like it, steve. signed killing lincoln on the way to you. from new jersey. >> well, the polls say mr. cain is pretty much done, barbara. my job is to report what is going on. we've been very fair to mr. cain on the factor. from texas. >> that's why i wrote about lincoln and beck wrote about washington, elizabeth, to show people what it takes to truly lead during hard times. >> i love terrain , go it is a great place. you are lucky to live out there. from california. >> you are doing them a great service because they need, all the kids need to know about their country. twelve years old and up should enjoy killing lincoln if you can get them away from the video games. you might have to hit them with the book to have them read it. and finally tonight, pinhead or patriots. as you know the anchor of the abc news, and this is what happened yesterday. >> for all the bankruptcies we've covered in this grim u.s. economy, this one gets your attention. you will forgive us. we have a fire ala
. these voter suppression laws that are passed and have been unbelievable. for example, in texas they are not consistent in the kinds of photo ids that are acceptable. for a student in texas, even a state issued id is not as acceptable as a ballot for voting and a gun list is. it is transparent who they are trying to block and who they want to smooth the path for. >> just to be clear, what is the issue with a photo id? as you know, we have to produce a photo id at the airport. what's the big issue? >> the big issue is you have 11% of americans that don't have a photo id. for certain populations like african-americans and low income folks, they are even;hsjut liky to not have a photo id. 25% don't have a photo id and it's not necessary. just an obstacle in the path of getting someone to the polls. every state in the country has the technology in place. to compare the voter's signature with what they have on file. whether it's computerized or a copy of the signature they have. a photo id requirement is an obstacle to get to the polls. >> you know that herman cain's manager had bee
the king. he had 50. 5-0 top 40 hits in the '60s. >> lady from houston, texas, how many times has michael jackson been inducted into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame. zero, one, two or three? >> one. >> because you didn't think it through. remember, there was the jackson five. >> yeah, uh-huh. >> another beautiful kathie lee cd for her. >> all right. again, he was inducted into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame twice. >> twice. for the jackson five and then as a solo artist. >> wow. when was he as a solo artist? >> 2001. i think right when he became eligible. >> sure. back across to kath. >> lady from new jersey, which rolling stones hit single was given to the group by john lennon and paul mccartney? "i wanna be your man," "the last time," "boys," or "get off my cloud." >> "get off my cloud." >> it's a good day for me, all right. >> the correct answer, a, "i wanna be your man." >> the beatles did a version of this. they had ringo sing it which tells you what they thought of the song. >> hello. time for another one. >> from philadelphia. when bob dylan played at the white house in 2010, what d
'm sorry. but thanks for sharing your comments about newt gingrich. houston, texas, tiffany, good morning. caller: good morning. i have watched the debates. hoenstly -- honestly, they are all awful. i'm not saying that as a democrat. i am saying that as a human being. they need to really look at these candidates, the harassment, the affairs. it is a bunch of drama. host: who do you think would be the toughest candidate for obama to be to? -- to beat? caller: honestly, none of them. i think he is going to win. newt was kicked out of congress on ethics things. people need to stop looking at fox news and get their facts straight. i have watched fox news. it is a show. it is ridiculous. they are not getting the facts straight. i watch msnbc and i get my facts. i just honestly think that he is going to win again. i listened to a 90-year-old woman -- he needs congress. you have one man trying to do everything. congress is not going to do anything. republicans do not get is he needs congress. they do not want to help, they do not want to do anything. they want to see him fail. it is just going t
rick perry of texas is staying put in texas. >>> up next, the president's trip to scranton today is all about wing over the white working class voters, and there are a lot of them in northeastern pennsylvania. will they be with the president next november? you're watching "hardball," only on msnbc. your chain of supply ♪ ♪ goes from here to shanghai, that's logistics. ♪ ♪ chips from here, boards from there ♪ ♪ track it all through the air, that's logistics. ♪ ♪ clearing customs like that ♪ hurry up no time flat that's logistics. ♪ ♪ all new technology ups brings to me, ♪ ♪ that's logistics. ♪ [ male announcer ] you never know when a moment might turn into something more. and when it does men with erectile dysfunction can be more confident in their ability to be ready with cialis for daily use. cialis for daily use is a clinically proven low-dose tablet you take every day, so you can be ready anytime the moment's right. ♪ [ man ] tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do
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